Medical consultation fees for non-Bahrainis suspended

You won’t have to pay BHD7 every time you see your doctor

Medical consultation fees for non-Bahrainis suspended

Medical consultation fees have been suspended for non-Bahrainis, the Ministry of Health has announced.

Expats will no longer have to pay BHD7 to visit their local health centre.

The move aims to consolidate precautionary measures taken to combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bahrain.

If you’ve just moved to Bahrain, or you’re still getting your head around the healthcare system in the Kingdom, don’t forget to check out our guide.

Bahrain has taken a number of precautionary measures to stop the spread of coronavirus in recent weeks.

Last week it was announced that residents of Bahrain must wear face masks any time they are out in public, with the Ministry of Health releasing a guide on how to make your own.

Plus, shops in Bahrain have now reopened with strict regulations around the number of people allowed inside a store at one time, and for queues outside.

You can keep up to date with all the latest coronavirus news, advice and travel information here.

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